Chianna Roberts is the Head of The Cass Foundation programme at London Met, and has lectured in Architecture at London Met on an undergraduate and postgraduate level for over 20 years.
Now Head of Foundation at The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design, Chi previously taught in undergraduate and postgraduate architecture at London Met for over 20 years. Before this she combined practice as a designer/maker in London with teaching on the undergraduate Wood, Metal, Plastics and Ceramics course at Brighton Polytechnic.
Chi has an MA in Design Futures from Goldsmiths College, a BA in Furniture and Related Products from Kingston Polytechnic and a Foundation Certificate from Wimbledon School of Art; like many she found the Foundation year one of the most enjoyable and influential periods of study.
Chi's research, in collaboration with Dr Jos Boys, The Cass Visiting Professor, is based on the Foundation programme at The Cass and explores the pedagogy of diversity and creative practice.
Tel: 020 7320 1917